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Second Floor, Fraser House, 23 Museum Street, Ipswich, East Of England, IP1


Fenn Wright, Ipswich Commercial Sales and Lettings
796-3,043 sq. ft.
(74-283 sq. m.)
Office to lease

Lease details

Lease type:
Long term

Key features

  • Located in the primary business district
  • Open plan air-conditioned suite
  • 3,043 sq ft (282.74 sq m), suitable for dividing into smaller suites from 796 sq ft upwards
  • Car parking spaces available
  • Rent from £9,750 pax to £30,000

Property description

Fully Refurbished 2nd Floor Suite

Ipswich is the county town of Suffolk and major commercial centre of East Anglia. The A12 and A14 trunk routes provide excellent road communications with London, Cambridge, the Midlands and the national motorway network. The M25 and Stanstead Airport are both within an hour's drive.
The approximate train journey from Ipswich to London (Liverpool Street) is 1 hour and 10 minutes.

The property occupies a prominent position on Museum Street with return frontages to both Princes Street and Elm Street in the central business district.

Fraser House is a former department store which has been previously converted to provide high quality office accommodation on the upper two floors and retail/office accommodation on the ground floor. The property benefits from secure underground car parking.

The premises comprise a large open plan office suite which is capable of being split to provide private offices/meeting rooms. Access is via a main entrance on Museum Street with stair and lift access to all floors.

The specification includes suspended ceiling, recessed fluorescent lighting, air-conditioning and carpet floor covering.
Toilet facilities are available on all floors.

The premises has a total net internal floor area of : 282.74 sq m (3,043 sq ft).

Business Rates
The property is assessed as follows:
Rateable Value: £30,500
Rates Payable (2020/21) £15,219.50 per annum

We understand that the property has planning permission for Class B1 (office) use. All interested parties should make their own enquiries with the local planning authority regarding their intended use.

Local Authority
Ipswich Borough Council Grafton House 15-17 Russell Road Ipswich Suffolk IP1 2DE

The premises are available on a new business lease upon terms to be agreed and at an initial rent of £30,000 per annum.
We understand the rent is subject to VAT.

Legal Costs
Each party is to be responsible for their own legal costs.


Second Floor, Fraser House, 23 Museum Street, Ipswich, East Of England, IP1


Distances are straight line measurements from the centre of the postcode
  • Ipswich Station0.5 miles
  • Derby Road Station1.4 miles
  • Westerfield Station1.8 miles

About Fenn Wright, Ipswich Commercial Sales and Lettings

1 Butter Market, Ipswich, IP1 1BA

Fenn Wright are East Anglia’s leading independently owned partnership of chartered surveyors, estate agents and commercial agents, with a reputation for providing the highest level of customer care. Although we’ve been around since 1768 we endeavour to mix traditional business values with contemporary methods.

We have an unequalled presence throughout Essex and Suffolk with offices in the major hubs of Chelmsford, Ipswich, Colchester High Street and Colchester Business Park - as well as

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